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Users Guide to Telecommuting

How can organizations switch to telecommuting?

Business owners are accustomed to solving challenges as they arise, and many will turn to telecommuting to solve new challenges emerging from COVID-19. Telecommuting protects employees and companies during periods of uncertainty, ensuring your business can keep operating even during a crisis.

Telecommuting is driven by video conferencing, as it allows employees and their managers to have a face-to-face conversation when needed. In the past, video conferencing was limited by quality, connectivity and usability issues, but these have been resolved. Continue reading “Users Guide to Telecommuting”

What Is Soundmasking And What Benefits Does It Offer?

Soundmasking technology reduces the impact that ambient noise has on workers’ attention and comfort. According to research published by the University of Sydney, excessive noise is the top complaint for 50 percent of people working in an open office. As open office plans are becoming more popular, the need for soundmasking technology is increasing.

With a soundmasking system in place, ambient office noise (most of which is conversation) doesn’t spread as far, so it’s not as distracting and affects fewer people.

Continue reading “What Is Soundmasking And What Benefits Does It Offer?”

How Do Video Conferencing Systems Support A Distributed Workforce?

Video conferencing systems solve the communication problems that are common to distributed workforces. It’s difficult to maintain productive communications with remote employees, as the important nonverbal cues, like body language and facial expressions are unable to be seen. Video conferencing brings these nonverbal cues back into the conversation, which keeps a distributed workforce unified and collaborating. Continue reading “How Do Video Conferencing Systems Support A Distributed Workforce?”

Web Conferencing Has Changed How Businesses Do Meetings

Video Conferencing

According to a survey arranged by Poly (formerly Polycom), professionals that have adopted web conferencing use it at least once a week for their meetings. In that same survey, 96 percent of respondents said that web conferencing improves productivity with remote teams. This meeting method has revolutionized the way people communicate, especially in a professional setting, and everyone benefits from the technology – including professionals, employers and potential clients. Continue reading “Web Conferencing Has Changed How Businesses Do Meetings”

There’s More Than One Way To Set Up Video Conference Rooms

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There are endless options on setting up video conference rooms. Which one works best for your company will depend on the size of the room, how frequently conferencing technology is used, the room’s acoustics and the kind of technology your team is comfortable with. Video conference room setups range from the minimalist, single-display approach found in huddle rooms to immersive telepresence systems that may look like they belong in a sci-fi movie. Continue reading “There’s More Than One Way To Set Up Video Conference Rooms”

Finding Video Conference Hardware For Your Business

Polycom Video Conferencing

Polycom is setting the pace for video conference hardware

For decades, Polycom has developed video conference hardware and leading communications solutions for corporate clients. Though the industry is competitive, Polycom’s strong global presence makes it one of the most trusted names in video conferencing. The company’s hardware products offer a compelling collaboration experience and are easy to use. Continue reading “Finding Video Conference Hardware For Your Business”

How Do We Make Video Over IP Work With Less Latency?

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Achieving low latency video streaming and broadcasting is something that content creators and organizations are after in full force. There are plenty of situations where a low latency stream is desirable, even necessary for an application. Content creators, like those that populate Youtube, Twitch and the like, want their audience to get the live stream with little delay, as this facilitates communication between host and audience. Continue reading “How Do We Make Video Over IP Work With Less Latency?”